A 41-year-old female asked:
What are the effects of meselamine tab. 500 mg. on a fetus?
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Pediatrics 60 years experience
5k viewsAnswered >2 years ago
Maternal-Fetal Medicine 23 years experience
Thought to be safe: Mesalamine, or pentasa, (mesalamine) is thought to be one of the safer forms of medication for controlling ulcerative colitis or chrons in pregnancy. There are no known negative effects on the fetus. Sometimes rectal Mesalamine can be used for lower systemic dosing.
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